Mental Health | Movement | Touch
For Couples + Individuals
A somatic approach considers how your body plays a role in your mental health. We will use mindfulness, movement, touch, and good-old "talking it out" to study patterns and discover new possibilities for empowered living. This experiential and hands-on form of therapy is effective in healing trauma and bettering relationship to self and others.
YOGA + MINDFUL MOVEMENT
For Mind-Body Balance
These classes promote balance, resilience, and embodied empowerment. My teaching style is informed by my yoga studies and experience as a dancer, massage therapist, anatomy instructor and counselor. Alignment-based, compassionate instruction promotes intelligent movement patterning that release physical and mental tensions.
Zeyah Rogé, LMT Intern, MFT, RYT-500
My psychotherapy practice and weekly yoga classes are located Portland, OR. I facilitate a variety of workshops for yoga teacher trainings and other groups, with a speciality in experiential anatomy and trauma-informed practices.
My bachelors degree is in community studies with a focus on public health and LGBTQ youth empowerment. I minored in feminist studies and dance. My masters degree is in somatic psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. I have extensive training in Somatic Experiencing, a trauma healing approach, and in Hakomi, a mindfulness approach to counseling. The late Bill Bowen trained me in somatic couples counseling and I continue to hone my skills in relational and attachment therapy. I am a licensed massage therapist and my work is heavily influenced by the 15+ years working professionally as a bodyworker.
I offer a warm and compassionate presence while also embodying a strong comitment to examining power dynamics and utilizing a social justice lens in my work.
Scroll through the images below to find my weekly musings, inspiring poetry, and community announcements. All posts are directly from my instagram page. You can find me at @somiyogi.
Please be in touch to schedule an appointment or a 30-minute free phone consultation.